Yesterday I published an email from Nancy Zettler, long-time spokesman and new “chair” of District 300 tax hike committee tax hike committee Advance 300.
After I put that article up, what enters my email inbox but a 2005 letter from architectural firm Burnidge Cassell and Associates.
Dated February 25, 2005, it is titled,
“RE: Architect Services for Life Safety Reporting.”
It’s apparently a pitch for a contract.
Popping off the front page of a five-page letter and attachments is item number 2.
After pointing out, “Burnidge Cassell Associates has been the architectural firm of record for CUSD since 1999,” item 2 says,
”Personally raising in the range of $100,000 plus for different referendum committees.”
Understand why this article is titled,
You can enlarge the first page by clicking on its image. Links of stories about District 300 vendors’ contributions to tax hike committees are contained in yesterday’s story.